Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside the Kensington Town Hall, asking for justice in aftermath of the Grenfell Tower blaze.
The protest appears to have been organised by a friend of someone who was lost in the blaze.
Their chief demand is that victims are rehomed within the borough, and they have asked for funds to be given to those who lost their homes and belongings in the fire.
There were shouts of “we want an inquest” and “we want justice” as the Radical Housing Network staged a rally outside the hall.
Meanwhile, angry protesters waited for Theresa May to exit the church in which she was visiting relatives of lost people and called for her to resign.
The hostile crowd shouted “get her out!” and there were claims the Prime Minister could potentially be “trapped in the church” by the angry people outside.
After this, Theresa May slipped out by a side door and left to shouts of “coward”.
The angry crowd chased after her car as she left.